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Henri Milan: naturally better wine in Provence

Henri Milan: naturally better wine in Provence

Henri Milan is a character. Still experimenting after thirty-three years at the helm of his Domaine Milan, the flamboyant and outspoken vigneron has produced a wide range of distinct wines from ...
Where I want to indulge again in 2019: Best restaurants, dishes and desserts in the word by La Muse Blue

Where I want to indulge again in 2019: Best restaurants, dishes and desserts in the word by La Muse Blue

Here I sum up the best restaurants, dishes and desserts of 2018 that I cannot wait to return to in 2019. It is important, perhaps essential, to reflect on the ...
three Michelin star NYC

Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare: #foodporn² in low-carb, luxe tasting menu on Manhattan

The Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare has entered a legendary status on the New York culinary scene. The whispers of the hedonistic tongues have tipped the heavily Japan-inspired, in French-cuisine-trained ...
The Single Thread experience: seamless Japanese omotenashi hospitality in the agrarian California

The Single Thread experience: seamless Japanese omotenashi hospitality in the agrarian California

There is nothing comparable to Single Thread in the complex genre of seasonal kaiseki in America. The Chef's Table famed N/naka in LA, curated by Japan-born chef Niki Nakayama nods ...
Zuni Café: slow food in San Francisco is worth waiting for the best chicken in America

Zuni Café: slow food in San Francisco is worth waiting for the best chicken in America

Zuni Café is to San Francisco what Chez Panisse is to Berkeley, an institution where locals gather over sustainably sourced superb food. Like Alice Water, Judy Rodgers was authentic with ...
The Charter Oak: "simple is the hardest thing in the world", declares the culinary star of Napa Valley

The Charter Oak: “simple is the hardest thing in the world”, declares the culinary star of Napa Valley

The Charter Oak restaurant is a relative newcomer to the indulgent Napa Valley dining scene, yet the historic farmhouse has already lifted up, literally, the ceiling of culinary experiences around ...
God's blessing and nature crafted into wine by the monks at Abbaye de Lérins

God’s blessing and nature crafted into wine by the monks at Abbaye de Lérins

A brief  boat ride from Cannes or Juan Les Pins into the azure Mediterranean 16-centuries of monastic life on l'île Saint-Honorat meets the tech-age. The industrious Benedictine monks of Abbaye de ...
Hostellerie Jérôme La Turbie

Hostellerie Jérôme La Turbie

In an ambitious and advance-driven time when a change of chef or culinary concept can spoil your next gastronomic experience at a renowned restaurant, Hostellerie Jérôme is the guardian angel ...
Nishikawa kaiseki Kyoto: sharing culinary tradition with an artist and host

Nishikawa kaiseki Kyoto: sharing culinary tradition with an artist and host

On the same axis of the Kodai-ji Temple Nishikawa calibrates the balance of traditional ryotei cuisine with a casual and social ballast to the iconic, yet serious three Michelin star Kikunoi ...
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